Tips to make your Linkedin photo posts even better
Use the first picture to get people's attention and make them want to see more. You can even include a fun title that captures users' attention and encourages them to check out the rest of your post. This way, you can increase engagement and keep your audience interested in what you have to say.
Use the other pictures to show different things or tell a story. Storytelling through images is a powerful way to explain the items you want to talk about, but at the same time, help people remember you.
If you want to teach people how to do something on LinkedIn, step-by-step guides are a great way to do it! These guides break down a task into easy-to-follow steps, making it easier for people to learn. Whether you want to teach people how to use a new feature or share some tips and tricks, step-by-step guides can help you do it effectively.
Try making fun posts with quizzes or other things people can interact with.
If you use these tips and put lots of pictures in your posts on LinkedIn, you can make your posts cool, and people will want to see them!
Why can't I post pictures on LinkedIn?
Some Linkedin users have reported that they can’t post pictures on Linkedin.
The option is globally available, so some common troubleshooting steps should help you regain the feature.
Before uploading any photos, videos, or documents, you must ensure they're in the correct format and size.
Try using another browser.
Get in touch with the Linkedin support page.
Bonus: How to create a Linkedin carousel
Create a PDF document.
Go to the Linkedin “Start a Post” section at the top of your page.
Click the “Document” icon and select where your PDF file is stored.
To sum up
LinkedIn is an excellent platform for sharing content, including professional images.
With the ability to share multiple photos on your profile simultaneously, you can effectively convey your message and showcase your work.
This feature is a great way to make your profile more engaging and help others better understand your professional interests and experiences.